Betty S. Calloway

January 31, 1945October 6, 2021

Betty S. Calloway, age 76, of Morris, Alabama passed away on Wednesday, October 6, 2021. Betty was born January 31, 1945. She was the wife of Horace O. Calloway. They shared 41 years of marriage together.

Betty was born in Columbus, Georgia; the daughter of Fred and Clara Singleton. She worked 20 plus years in the trucking industry and she was a member of Gardendale Church of Christ. She was a faithful member of the church for over 40 years and she loved her church family and was such a pleasant person to be around.

Betty is survived by Horace O. Calloway of Morris, AL; two sons, Jarrell Honeycutt and his wife, Sandra of Ohatchee, AL and Phillip Calloway and his wife, Patricia of Greatfalls, MT; two daughters, Debra Rixner and her husband, Bill of Pinson, AL, and Rose D'Ambrose and her husband, John of Jasper, AL; grandchildren, Benjamin Marcrum, Steve Honeycutt, Matt Honeycutt, Clifford Calloway, Christopher Calloway, Daniel Williams, Rachel Rixner, Stephanie Johnson, and Winter Williams; many great grandchildren and a host of extended family and friends.

Betty was preceded in death by her parents, Fred and Clara Singleton; siblings, Frances Fretwell, Hazel Pitts, one daughter, Carolyn Thomas and Grandchildren, Sandy Honeycutt, Joseph Denton, and Allen Calloway.

A visitation for Betty will be held Saturday, October 9, 2021 from 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM at Ridout's Gardendale Chapel, Gardendale, AL; funeral service at from 11:00 AM; followed by her burial at Oakwood Memorial Gardens, Gardendale, AL

Pallbearers; Bill Rixner, Benjamin Marcrum, Donnie Pitts, Evan Marcrum, John D'Ambrose, Kirk Denton, and Jack Fraser. Honorary pallbearer, Hamilton Fraser.

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    Saturday, October 9, 2021


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Elsie Clark

October 9, 2021

I found a lasting dear friend when I met Betty. She was always smiling and we enjoyed each others company so much.
We would have some good laughs but also we enjoyed talking of God's word and how we wanted to go to heaven.

I will never forget Betty and how she was always so pretty and wore her clothes and makeup like a queen.
We had plans to go out and have lunch and just have a great time, but Betty's health just kept deteriorating and I would often remind her that we had an appointment to keep and she would smile and say that she would get better and that we could.

Oh how I loved this woman, my friend Betty Calloway!

Shirley Floyd

October 8, 2021

I have so many fond memories of aunt Betty when we were kids, from working in the fields to playing dress up in her clothes and make up. I spent many summers with them in Birmingham and she always made it fun for us kids. We also spent a lot of time together as families. Love and miss you always❤️

Bert and Bill Rixner

October 7, 2021

I always admired Betty's strong Spiritual faith and love of God.
Now with her passing, we are remembering with prayer Horace, Debra, Bill and Rachel, and the rest of Betty's family . Praying that the One who understands will cover you all with His strength, care and love.